Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries: Developing Effective Interventions

Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries (on Coursera)

Created by the University of Manchester

Part 1: Understanding Complex Problems. Created by the University of Manchester. The course can be audited at no charge or an enrollment fee of $49.00 provides a certificate upon completion of the course.  This course has video lectures and guest interviews with leading water policy scholars and practitioners. The MOOC will also ask you to attempt weekly quizzes and a challenging assignment that tackles a real water and sanitation problem in a difficult setting. This course is aimed at Under Graduate and Post Graduate students with an interest in this topic area. The course started on April 23, 2018 but will be offered again.

Part 2: Developing Effective Interventions. Created by the University of Manchester. The course can be audited at no charge or an enrollment fee of $49.00 provides a certificate upon completion of the course. Water Supply and Sanitation Policy in Developing Countries Part 2 is the University of Manchester’s second MOOC and looks at ‘Developing Effective Interventions’. It explores the challenging and complex political, economic, social, and technical dimensions of the policy interventions that donors, national governments and water utilities use to address water challenges. The course started on April 23, 2018 but will be offered again.